|Superstar Presenter of the popular show, the Trash Can. Has been resident dj at many zoos around the world including the famous Pirate Radio 603 AM zoo in Aland, Finland, Radio Caroline zoo in the UK and other various zoos around the world. If his tongue and bad breath don’t kill you his wild presentation will send you to the nearest hospital ER.|
Marc Pearson is one half of Dub Rock Nation, a UK based studio and live act that specialise in reinventing classic rock and pop songs from the 60s, 70s and 80s, with a hard edge, to suit modern club audiences. DRN have had regular air play on stations such as Gaydio and The Truth Network in the USA to audiences of 4 million people.
Marc has been a touring professional singer and guitarist since 1979 and has worked with an incredible array of artists including Johnny Lime (SL2), Adam Ant, The Glitter Band, The Manic Street Preachers, Jona Lewie, Angie Bowie, Owen Palmer (DJ Hattrixx) and many more.
Marc was a soul and disco DJ back in the 70s and 80s but has, in recent years, focused on performing and touring across Europe in several name bands.
In 2009 Marc teamed up with second cousin Martin Pearson (DJ Rise), one of the UK’s top Hardcore DJs, and DUB ROCK NATION was born. Their debut track Angel Face was taken to Aiya Napa and was picked up by Resident DJ Mani Liqweed (“This is the tune you will all be dancing to next summer”).
Marc’s show is two hours of club bangers and floor fillers.
DRN are in the process of completing their debut album DRN ONE and preparing for imminent release.
Marc performs live with Dub Rock Nation and DJs with DJ Rise as Dub Rock Nation. Marc also DJs live as part of the StomparamaFM team.
If you wish to request a tune to be played. or just want a shout out, email Marc at email@example.com
|Jeremy Gluck served his rock’nroll apprenticeship in The Barracudas, whose hit ‘Summer Fun’ has been recognised as a high watermark in the artand culture of Western civilisation. Having badly lip-synced said hit on TOTP in 1980, he then made ‘I Knew Buffalo Bill’ in 1987, which heralded ‘alt.country’.|
Direct from Austin, Texas, it’s The Mal Thursday Show on Trash Can Radio. The show has been on and off the air since 1987, and is also a long-running podcast on GaragePunk Pirate Radio Network, which also features Mal’s other shows, Florida Rocks Again! and Mal Thursday’s Texas Tyme Machine. Mal lives in Austin, Texas. He has a son, LBJ, a daughter, Tuesday Ann-Margret, and two ex-wives.
Joe Nick Patoski is the host of the Texas Music Hour of Power on Radio Nirvana/Trash Can Radio. The show originates from KRTS in Marfa, Texas.
Joe is in his fourth decade writing about Texas and Texans. He has authored and co-authored biographies of Selena and Stevie Ray Vaughan, and his book “Willie Nelson: An Epic Life” won the Texas Book Award in 2008. His most recent book for Little, Brown is “The Dallas Cowboys: The Outrageous History of the Biggest, Loudest, Most Hated, Best Loved Football Team in America.”
Patoski’s byline has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, TimeOut New York, Texas Monthly, Austin American-Statesman, Garden and Gun, and No Depression magazine, for whom he is a contributing editor. He also recorded the oral histories of B.B. King, Clarence Fountain of the Blind Boys of Alabama, Memphis musician and producer Jim Dickinson, Tejano superstar Little Joe Hernandez, and 15 other subjects for the Voice of Civil Rights oral history project.
Patoski made his directorial debut with the 2015 documentary film, “Sir Doug and the Genuine Texas Cosmic Groove.”
He lives near the village of Wimberley in the Texas Hill Country where he swims and paddles in the Blanco River.
Artist, Writer, Hoodoo, Retrophile, Lisa Mead brings the best of American old time radio to the UK!
Noir, hardboiled, suspense, mystery, creature features and adventure. Pulp fiction for your ears!
Tune into the past on Radio Retro every Sunday at 6pm.
|Presenter of the Real R&B Show, Andy works by day on websites for BBC Wales, and by night DJs and plays in bands offering a whole range of Trash Can-friendly music from ukulele skiffle and Gypsy punk to bellydance beats and klezmer. Check out www.djandyroberts.co.uk for more info.|
|An enigma over 50 years in the making.. One of these things is false, all the others are true
| Wendy May is due to make her debut on Trash Can Radio sometime in the early New Year.
She has a great history in both radio and TV In 1987 she co-presented the last series of The Tube for Channel 4 with Jools Holland & Paula Yates whilst also being the only female DJ & “youth presenter” on London’s Capital Radio, giving live sessions to up & coming bands. DJing for the past 28 years, including Glastonbury, Miner’s Strike benefit gigs, tours with various bands and comedians, she is still happiest dancing behind the decks spinning her favourite records from her collection! She is bound to bring a bit of “class” to Trash Can Radio.
If you like your radio shows a bit crazy and off the rails.
Join me every monday at 10pm UK time till midnight, for some great music and a good giggle have a listen in!
|Lorna Tiefholz is addicted to buying records & discovering new bands at small venues. She plays bass for unknown punk heros Rabies Babies, ukulele in The Pukes and keyboards in a secret band called Mofam. She likes making crap drawings of good bands and posting the results on her blog at gigsandpencils.wordpress.com. Lorna’s Mixtape show is a mishmash of DIY punk, garage, surf, hip 70s instrumentals, indie, & french pop, with a splattering of old favourites and recent discoveries from local and far-flung lands.|
Here is the sixties garage and psychedelic master of disaster, the Creeper. From Germany, Holland and Italy. Vagabond spreading the word all over!
My mom’s Elvis albums and movies like American Graffiti and Buddy Holly Story left quite the impression on me that continue to this day. I live in the Nashville, TN area and seek out record stores everywhere I go looking for music that fuels this passion. I’ve done radio promotions for over 20 years and started this radio show in early 2014 as an outlet to help spread music that moves me. My goal is to help people remember the music they loved and turn them on to new favorites. Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour is a unique blend of modern and vintage rockabilly, blues, surf, roots, early rock and country. We have exclusive interviews with artists both new and legendary like Dion, The Beach Boys, Billy Burnette, Robert Gordon, Phil Alvin (The Blasters), Kim Wilson (Fabulous Thunderbirds) and much more!www.rockabillynblues.com
|Matt The Cat spends most of his time at Rosie’s Juke Joint, sippin’ on whisky and polishing the ol’ Rockola Jukebox, which is filled with 78rpm Rhythm & Blues records. When the whisky runs out and all the women are gone, Matt dusts off the real gems and spins ‘em for you each week on the “Juke In The Back. These are the records that you couldn’t hear on the jukebox in the front of the establishment back in the 1940s and early ‘50s. To hear all this great rhythm & blues, you had to go to “Juke In The Back.” Join him each week on Trash Can Radio and hear how this great music gave birth to Rock n’ Roll.|
Standing at 6 Feet 8 inches tall and hailing from the Southwest, UK, Andy Wrintmore might just be the worlds biggest Rock DJ. Only in his early 20’s, Andy has spent the last 10 years pounding the skins in various Punk & Hard Rock bands and has developed a reputation for his aggressive thunderous approach to splintering his kit.
With a sizable record collection growing out of control and a musically ‘lean’ period on his hands he decided to take the plunge into Radio. Although relatively new to the airwaves Andy has cultivated a legion of listeners from all corners of world with his laid back ‘Human’ approach. An expert in keeping time and pace Andy will deliver time after time dishing out the classics, brand new releases, interviews with some of the world’s BIGGEST acts to lesser heard underground sounds and an ever revolving door of diverse and fascinating co-hosts all under the Rock, Punk and Metal banner.